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Rich and poor

Singer, Peter


"... we cannot avoid concluding that by not giving more than we do, people in rich countries are allowing those in poor countries to suffer from absolute poverty, with consequent malnutrition, ill health and death. This is not a conclusion that applies only to governments. It applies to each absolutely affluent individual, for each of us has the opportunity to do something about the situation; for instance, to give our time or money to voluntary organisations. If, then, allowing someone to die...[Show more]

CollectionsANU Australian Development Studies Centre/Network
Type: Working/Technical Paper


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